Nesting in Chiang Dao

Down and out
The view (of the girls)
Lotus
Forest
Looming
Totlet for lamer
Pointy
The frame
Doraemon?
Lounge
Chill
The lounging cat
The giver is always so happy
Leave no iPod behind
White Anglo Saxon Protestant
In your face
Contemplative Todd
Open pack
Coffee and cigarettes
Greg
Contrast
Car key
Faulty slippers
I heart dog
Hello Kitty slippers
So many slippers, so little time
Hello Kitty feet
In the mirror
Lychee
Kapow!
Fe
Niamh in black and white
Burn motherfucker, burn
Lychees
Eaten
Insect eating plant
Frika in the hammock
The obligatory shot of oneself in the mirror
Sugar
Reflection
It's stainless
Hairy
Who's afraid of yellow and red?
Insectasaurus!
Weird beetle
Art and cigarette
Bookish
Behind a lighter
Frika
Thailand!
Keychain
Frika and Greg
Flower
Grab one, quick
Frika
Caught
Testing the macro
Morning madness
Getting ready

The weekend was spent in Chiang Dao, at the Nest, a lovely little collection of bungalows, where the owner makes the best Thai-European fusion food. Mostly, the weekend ended up being a collection of eating, drinking, smoking, sleeping and playing the name game.
In the name game, two teams take turns amassing points by one team member drawing a semi-famous individual, on a piece of paper, from a hat, then trying to explain who that person is without using the person's name. After we started games night at Tuskers on Thursdays, this has easily been proven to be a most popular game.

As tourists, we climbed the stairs to a nearby wat and visited the Chiang Dao caves, where the tour took us past the obligatory turtles, elephants and turtles, in stone, but also a fried egg, nipples and a picture frame.

The Nest also has a nice pool which is slightly too chlorinated.

Related:  Discovering Kosovo